Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group

Elena García Rojas obtained her degree in Chemical Engineering with a mention in Chemical Process and Energy Engineering in 2018 from the University of Castilla-La Mancha. In 2019 she moved to Madrid to do Inter-University Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering at the Rey Juan Carlos University and the Autonomous University.
In the personal and research field, her final degree’s project consisted of the synthesis and impregnation of poly(lactic-co-glycolide) acid foams with anti-cancer drugs using high pressure technology. His final master's proyect was about the purification of hydrogen using palladium dense membranes with cerium oxide interfaces.
During her master, she realiced external practices in the CSIC - Instituto Cerámica Y Vidrio (Department of Electroceramics), her work consistd of synthesis and characterization of compounds materials, formed by microparticles of titanium oxide and graphite to maximize photocatalytic properties.
Nowadays, she holds the position of research assistant at the Chemical and Environmental Engineering Group of the Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC), where hes research work focuses on design of hybrid materials MOF for their application in catalytic reactions.
Comprehensive permeation analysis and mechanical resistance of electroless pore-plated Pd-membranes with ordered mesoporous ceria as intermediate layer

Martinez-Diaz. D.; Martínez del Monte, D.; García-Rojas, E.; Alique, D.; Calles, J. A.; Sanz, R.